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The International Forestry Review is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that publishes original research and review papers on all aspects of forest policy and science, with an emphasis on issues of transnational significance. It is published four times per year, in March, June, September and December. Theme editions are a regular feature and attract a wide audience.

The IFR is part of The Global Forest Information Service - GFIS

International Forestry Review has an Impact Factor of 1.705

Publisher: Commonwealth Forestry Association

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Volume 22, Number 1, March 2020

Papers

A tale of two genera: exotic Eucalyptus and Acacia species in China. 1. Domestication and research
pp. 1-18(18)
Authors: Arnold, R.J.; Xie, Y.J.; Luo, J.Z.; Wang, H.R.; Midgley, S.J.

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Towards improved forestry performance: evaluating the added value of the timber legality assurance system in Indonesia
pp. 19-32(14)
Authors: Astana, S.; Riva, W.F.; Hardiyanto, G.; Komarudin, H.; Sukanda, A.

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Restoring landscapes through Trees Outside Forests: a case from Nepal's Terai Region
pp. 33-48(16)
Authors: Bhattarai, S.; Pant, B.; Laudari, H.K.; Timalsina, N.; Rai, R.K.

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The contributions of wild tree resources to food and nutrition security in sub-Saharan African drylands: a review of the pathways and beneficiaries
pp. 64-82(19)
Authors: Koffi, C.K.; Lourme-Ruiz, A.; Djoudi, H.; Bouquet, E.; Dury, S.; Gautier, D.

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Open Access Into the wild: disentangling non-wood terms and definitions for improved forest statistics
pp. 101-119(19)
Authors: Muir, G.F.; Sorrenti, S.; Vantomme, P.; Vidale, E.; Masiero, M.

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Dissenting voices in a consenting village: lessons from implementation of free, prior and informed consent at a REDD+ pilot in Tanzania
pp. 120-131(12)
Authors: Mukisa, P.K.; Tumusiime, D.M.; Webersik, C.; Liwenga, E.T.; Tabuti, J.R.S.

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Economic returns to households participating in different models of commercial tree plantations in Lao PDR
pp. 132-152(21)
Authors: van der Meer Simo, A.; Kanowski, P.; Barney, K.

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